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and showed my wife with big brown eyes and big ears and said, that could be me and i went to my prom, i played high school sports, i enjoyed my childhood and here's an 8-year-old kid that's never going to enjoy the things that you will a of us enjoy and it just breaks my heart and i was hoping to come to the church and say a prayer for him and his family and maybe that would help me heal a little bit. >> wow. that is -- is he representative of a lot of the people you've talked to today in dorchester? >> reporter: yeah, without a doubt. and i think it's helpful. you know, they've seen the people coming and leaving flowers and candles. the people i talked to today were amazed, by some estimates, 1,000 people came to the memorial last night in dorchester and it does help. it helps them to know that people care and that other people are feeling tlear pain. bun little boy in a stroller just turned 3 years old looked at me and said they ran out of candles and his mother said, you know, he's trying to understand what all these people are here for and talking about. and so it does help them tha
their 2/3 majority in both the assembly and the senate to pass the bills. governor brown has not said if he will sign them. >>> state officials are investigating a workplace accident that killed a worker in bay point. calosha the state agency that deals with safety says that a worker was crushed yesterday. investigators say the man was employed by the company based in tennessee and was working at henkel on a temporary basis. >>> san francisco today celebrated the second anniversary of its community courts program. >> having two people a victim, an offender come in and sit down and really kind of learn about each other. it's been very wholistic. >> it's been great to give back to my community and improve life there. >> there's a waiting list for people who want to help their communities address crime and give offenders a chance to avoid a criminal record. >> out there today, a beautiful day. good visibility. clear air. and you can see the bay bridge. the wind really cleans up the atmosphere. the bay has a little browner water as the sediments get stirred up. you can see what's happenin
tight. it went okay. to john brown, a former member of the british parliament on how the british folks are getting ready for this weekend and how tight security is already now. john? >> yes, it is. of course, we've got to be alert to the fact that terrorism has been around for centuries. but the oxygen of terror is public limelight and public events which create public limelight. but there is a key difference between terror, the atmosphere of terror, and actual terrorist action. even failed terrorists action can aseed terror, like the underwear bombing in the airplane created great disruption to transport. american counter terror is very good, but no nation, britain or america, can protect everybody. and the key is how we as a nation respond. first of all, we must remember that we look at death, we see everyone is going to die and some brutally, unfortunately. but there are roughly 42,000 people died in 2001 in america on the road accidents. hundreds of thousands die of cancer and heart disease every year. and when terrorist action comes, suddenly there is a massive thao those other de
honoring the youngest victim, 8-year-old martin richard, the brown-eyed bruins fan had just gotten ice cream and was watching the marathon with his family seen in this facebook page when the bombs went off. even richard's young playmates devastatingly aware of the loss, etching messages in chalk on the family's driveway. >> when we would see them they would all be together. >> reporter: his mother was by his side at the marathon. she's still in the hospital. his younger sister jane, a dancer, lost a leg. she was a first grader at the same school where her brother's artwork remains and staff members are trying to cope before classes resume next week. >> we are going to be extremely strong. the joy of those voices will bring us back. can you stop for a minute? >> reporter: the emotion just as raw as patty campbell remembered her daughter, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who also killed in the attack. >> she was a wonderful person. >> reporter: campbell reportedly left her job at a restaurant recently to take care of her ailing grandmother compounding the grief, the initial glimmer of hope
. temperatures climbing into the mid-80s. >> upper seventies low '80s a brown the bay. mid to upper 60s along the coast. >> will continue to look at your extended forecast coming up in a couple of minutes. >> meantime, the traffic center quiet. it is a good time to leave your house. looking outside here is the bay bridge is traffic a little heavier than 10 minutes ago. >> still no way to pay gates. >> this and tell bridge traffic moving well in both directions. shaping up to the relatively typical commute. >> south bound 101 tracking a lot of space between cars. >> of you taking the east shore freeway drive under 12 minutes from hercules to berkeley. >> was down 24 a clear shot for the caldecott tunnel into account macarthur maize. in is a 2 a no problems. interstate 280 looking good. >> james. >> thank you erica. >> a mixed the terror that unfolded in boston, there were many acts of bravery as well. after bombs exploded, quick action by first responders and average people undoubtedly saved many lives. kron fours charles clifford has look at video showing how people helped one another. >> com
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